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and in the presence of harry s. truman, signed the bills into law. medicaid covered the health care costs of millions of low-income people. we asked henry aaron if that met our sponsibilities to tse who couldn't afford medicacare. this woun't be a problem if all stes providedenefits as generous ashose in say the upper third or upper half of the distribution. sometates provide meager medicaid benefits-- fewer than 10 days a year ofospitalization, severe limits on the number of doctor's visits one can receive-- so that even moderate illnesses may not be fully protected under the medicaid program. in addition, the population that may be served by the medicaid program in many states is quite narrowly defined. so notwithstandi the fact thamedicaid is the federal health program for the poor, millions of poor americans are not covered by any benefits at all they don't have government protection or private insurance because they're unemployed or because they work in jobs that don't provide suchoverage. about 15% to 20% of the american population at the present time has little or no health insurance protectio
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